Arts & Books
Haruki Murakami's hypnotic novels are both entirely Japanese and entirely global
Nick Cave in 20,000 Days on Earth 20,000 Days on Earth On release from 19th Sept Neither fly-on-the-wall documentary nor hagiography, this cinematic essay on the musician, writer and generally...
Despite the resurgence of feminist activism on the internet, we have not heard much lately from the more scholarly side of feminism, which makes Jacqueline Rose’s Women in Dark Times very welcome....
The iconic actor's ability to blend comedy with tragedy defined his greatest cinematic moments
From Aladdin to Mrs Doubtfire, the master of manic comedy has left behind a diverse cinematic legacy
Andy Martin / August 1, 2014
We are now suffering the Hawaiianisation of everywhere
A new exhibition at London's Victoria and Albert Museum shows the importance of real-world expressions of dissent
From designers trawling climate change data to photographers swapping cameras for computers, information is at the heart of an aesthetic revolution
/ July 23, 2014
Britain's biggest literary prize has gone global, but domestic talent still dominates with David Mitchell, Ali Smith and Howard Jacobson all in the running